National Native American All-Star Football Game Set for July 7th

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The National Native American All-Star football game, now in it’s 10th year, has announced that its annual grid-iron classic will be held on the campus of Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma on July 7th. Players accepted to the game will report on July 1st, where coaches from a East squad and West squad will prepare their respective teams for the game. The game will be played under the lights at Doc Wadley Stadium on the campus of NSU, with a kick-off time around 7:00 P.M.

The host of the game again is the Native Re-vision organization, a non-profit organization out of Dallas, Texas. Applications are still be accpeted until June 15th at the link below.

Criteria for applicants:
ONLY ATHLETES THAT WILL BE A H.S. GRADUATE BY THE END OF JUNE ARE ELIGIBLE TO APPLY.  This application does not infer confirmation that the person applying is automatically on the NASF team. All information herein is used to determine if the eligible and if the Athlete will fit in a position(s) on one of the RED TEAM or the BLUE TEAM. Once reviewed, the Applicant will receive notice via email within 7 business days from the deadline date, as to whether or not he is selected. Selected athletes will be asked to provide their own transportation to and from the game, bedding/sleeping bag, and personal hygiene supplies. The Athlete must give the Director at least 2 weeks notice prior to game day if for some reason he is unable to participate after being selected. Athletes arrive July 1 and depart after the game. Any changes will be announced.

Application Link:

Native All-Star Website: